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August is here and the heat is on!  You should be sure to hit up some of these places to “Cool Off” in Marshall County before you head back to school and work for the summer. Take some time to relax and unwind while laying out at the beach or hanging out off the side of your boat. There is nothing like some time on the lake, soaking up the sun before it’s too late.

Golf Getaway...

Northern Indiana’s Marshall County offers an area for golfers of all ages and skill levels, whether that is from a family-friendly golf course that was built on a 100-year-old family farm or a state-of-the-art golf academy at a high-end resort! Marshall County brings to you, three outstanding golf destinations to make it easy to plan a perfect golf getaway.

There's nothing quite like those great times spent outside, and this fall weather has really expended so many outdoor activities.  Whether your idea of a perfect day on the trails of Potawatomi Wildlife Park or teeing off on the golf courses, or stargazing, you will find them here in Marshall County.

Fall is here!  Looking for that unique place to find just the perfect pumpkin?  Look no further, check out this great list of places to visit for your special jack-o-lantern or centerpiece display, they will have what you are looking for and more!

Here in Northern Indiana, winter can be brutal. It is even more brutal when it shows up in full force while traveling. Read on to find out the hotels that offer indoor pools, some indoor activities as well as some great dining options you can enjoy during your stay here in Marshall County.

Valentine's Day is just a few days away, and there are many ways to celebrate in Marshall County. Whether you're looking for a fun Valentine's activity, a great gift or just something to satisfy your sweetie's sweet tooth, I have some great ideas for you.

Of course, I couldn't include everything Marshall County has to offer, but here are a few of my favorite ideas. 

Come to Plymouth, 30 miles south of South Bend and Notre Dame.  Surround yourself with the charm of a classic Midwestern small town and the non fun of the Marshall County Blueberry Festival -- Indiana's largest four-day festival.

Come to Plymouth, 30 miles south of South Bend and Notre Dame.  Surround yourself with the charm of a classic Midwestern small town and the non fun of the Marshall County Blueberry Festival -- Indiana's largest four-day festival.